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    Will be following this build closely. Looking great my friend. Definately a fantastic build. Loving the customisation ideas!!

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    This is cool bro ... good for you helping your family and bettering yourself too. Your system is gonna be sweet.
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    thankyou you guys, update for you guys who are following my build, run it to some problems when i was cutting the vent bottom design, the scroll saw blade was too thick for the letters so im getting it laser cutted professionaly just had my design converted to cad cost £80, taking it to the laser place 2 morro, after that im going to make 2 sheets of aluminimuim covers for the bottom chamber to hide the psu and 2 140 rads or maybe 2 120 rads not sure yet with water cooling yet still in the design process and learning .

    the covers are going to be wrapped in red vinyal with 2 fan cutouts and a logo i might insert a mesh behind the logo and try and create 3d effect, then im going to cut the light panel to size and then ontop of that im planning something spicial wont tell now its suprise, and some mods to the front panel and covers and trims.
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    guys i need some help inregards to the water cooling the m5f mobo if you can help plesae let me know so i can provide u with more info

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    What do you need to know?

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    il post a picture or diagram,

    but basically im in two minds either to use dual loop or single loop in the rig, becuse i might have retrection in the single loop but i dont know, il be watercooling the the cpu , mosfet( vrm) on the m5v theermal fusion and 1 gpu and maybe later on add another gpu.

    through 360 rad at top nad 2 140 rads in the bottom, i want to use res/pump combo on the mid section on top of the acrylic light panel.

    also im not sure which tubing to use becuase i have never seen the different sizes in real life, i did however noticed that the m5v thermel fusion barbs are standard 3/8 od barbs, and i have seen picture of 3/8 tubing which will look too small in my cosmos 2 case so i was thainking of using 1/2 id - 5/8 od tubeing by attaching 3/8 to 1/2 adptor (reducer_ from bitspower but the thing is they come in black or sliver fitting but i may beable to hide them or use red clamps.

    or i could just get the ek mb watercooling cover which has g1/4 threads but it llooks too plain and doenst go with the color scheme of the build.

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    Hey, PurE GaminG, you can get 3/8" ID tubing which has 5/8" OD...

    That way you will be able to use it directly on the mobo's heatsink and the outer diameter would better fit your case too... - and no need for the adaptor... (I would still use hose clamps though)

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    can you provide of picture of 3/8 id - 5/8 od tubing being used in the cosmos 2 case

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    I don't have that case... - but Google is my good friend...

    Here you go with a video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DX6jFHKexe8

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    ty zka17 the tubing looks good to me its too small and not to big.


    by any chance could you be able to tell what res tube i got fit under the 2 580 gpu in the video.

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